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Explore magical, mythical Greece

Flights to Greece take you to a land of ancient monuments, sun-kissed coastlines, delicious local cuisine and water as blue as the skies above it.

The home of Zeus and birthplace of democracy, Greece is a place where myths and history coexist.

Explore the archaeological sites of Athens or enjoy the vibrant nightlife and beaches of Mykonos. Take an island cruise and swim in the beautiful balmy waters of the Aegean Sea.

Watch a stunning sunset on Kimolos, mingle with the locals in a traditional taverna or visit the tranquil island of Patmos, where John the Apostle is said to have written the Book of Revelation.

You’ll find gorgeous surroundings wherever you go – whether it’s the whitewashed houses of Santorini or the lush forests surrounding Polylimnio Waterfalls.

See as much as you can fit in, or take it easy on one of the justly-famed beaches.

Start your odyssey by booking your flight tickets to Greece with Etihad Airways today.

What's the weather like in Greece?

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Fly to Greece between early May and October and you’ll find warm, dry weather. During these months there’s plenty of sunshine and blue skies, while the ocean is perfect for swimming.

Visit Greece during spring and autumn to enjoy milder weather and fewer crowds. The figures shown here are for Athens.

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Athens (ATH)

Greece’s capital brings together a mix of modern splendour and ancient architecture. It’s a city where temples, parks and museums sit alongside hip cafes and buzzing nightclubs. Nearby, you’ll find UNESCO World Heritage Sites and breathtaking natural landscapes.

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Mykonos (JMK)

Greece’s beaches are truly spectacular – and the island of Mykonos has some of the best. Fly to Mykonos to soak up the sun at Platis Gialos beach and enjoy shopping along Matoyianni Street.

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Thira (JTR)

Santorini (Thira) is set in a volcanic crater with jaw-dropping scenery and beautiful villages. Take a trip to Akrotiri, known as the ‘Greek Pompeii’ and head to the village of Oia for spectacular sunset views.

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Reasons to visit Greece

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Discover ancient treasures

Home to stunning monuments and several UNESCO heritage sites, a flight to Greece is like a journey back in time. Wander in the footsteps of figures from history at the Acropolis in Athens. Visit the Byzantine churches of Thessaloniki, the Temple of Poseidon in Sounion or the archaeological site of Delphi.

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Visit stunning natural wonders

Towering mountain ranges, rich forests, lush valleys, cascading waterfalls and pristine lakes – the natural wonders of Greece will astound you. Explore the series of waterfalls and pools of Polilmnio Waterfalls in Messenia or watch the sun set on a cruise across the Aegean Sea.

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Delicious cuisine

Greek food is popular around the world but nothing compares to sampling it at its source. Options can vary between cities, but the essentials remain the same: chargrilled souvlaki, fresh seafood, traditional oven-baked moussaka and seasonal vegetables drizzled with a healthy dose of Greek olive oil. Be sure to try taramasalata, a fish roe dip.

Things to know before you fly to Greece

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Greece has a distinct cuisine based on freshness and seasonality. Olives and their oil, feta cheese, ripe tomatoes and more are perfect for lunch, while grilled aubergines, moussaka and seafood are reliable dinner choices.

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The currency of Greece is the euro (EUR). ATMs are available in all the major towns and cities, while debit and credit cards are widely accepted.

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Greek is the official language of Greece, but many locals speak English. You should find that most people will understand simple English words and phrases.

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Greece uses two plug types – type F and type C. A standard two-pin European adapter will generally work anywhere in the country.

Flying to Greece: FAQs

Where should I fly to in Greece?

The capital Athens is filled with fascinating history, while in Mykonos life revolves around the beach. You can easily travel between Greek islands during your stay with plenty of domestic flights and ferry services.

How many islands are there in Greece?

There are 6,000 Greek islands to be found across the Aegean and Ionian Seas, though only 227 of those are inhabited. Island-hopping is a great way to see more of the country.

How many days do you need to visit Greece?

Travellers often spend at least 7-10 days on holiday in Greece, as there are numerous attractions and islands to see. If you have less time, you can stay in Athens to explore thousands of years of history and take a few day trips to the coast.

Why we love Greece

“Between the great cities, beaches and islands, there’s just so much to discover in Greece. The history and culture are as amazing as the scenery – the Acropolis in Athens is a must-see.”

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